New York - Unclaimed Property

Below you will find information on how to claim your funds from the New York unclaimed money program. These funds are being held by New York. To claim them you will have to follow the below instructions and contact New York directly.

Claim instructions:
To file a claim for funds held by the state you must find your name in the online database. Then you must click the link on this page to the unclaimed money claim form. Then print it, fill it out and mail in your claim to the state address shown on this page. Remember to include a copy of your identification and any other information the form specifies.

Address:
Office of the State Comptroller Office of Unclaimed Funds 110 State Street Albany, New York 12236
Phone: 1-518-270-2200

Email: NYSOUF@osc.state.ny.us

Claim form:
For your convenience we have also attached a claim form for you to download and print. Please click the link below to open the claim form and then use the "File > Print" menu on your computer to print the form. Then you can fill the printed form out and mail it in with your correct identification.
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If you are claiming lost money for someone who is deceased, please click here for an example of what information you may need to file your claim.

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